Russian Speech. 2022.№1

Issues of Modern Russian Language
Issues of Modern Russian Language
Nadezhda M. Devyatova
The Image of a Man and a Woman in the Mirror of Russian Comparisons: About Adverbs with the Prefix Po- and Their Culturally Signifi cant Meanings
7 - 18
Ekaterina N. Kulikovskaya
“How to Do Things with Words” in Russian Charms
19 - 34
Alexey E. Tsumarev, Larisa L. Shestakova
Grammatical Description of Religious Vocabulary in a Modern Explanatory Dictionary
35 - 49
Olga N. Charykova, Nataliya V. Fedotova
Coronaviral Discourse as a Source of Increased Military Methaphorization
50 - 60
From the History of the Russian Language
From the History of the Russian Language
Irina A.Gorbushina
On the Origin of the Russian Kuter’ma
61 - 70
Aleksandr G. Kravetsky
Capital or Lowercase Letters? The History of Orthography Practices in the 17th and 18th Centuries
71 - 81
Alexey A. Kretov
“Utro Vechera Mudrenee?” (Is the Morning Wiser Than the Evening?)
82 - 89
Язык художественной литературы
Язык художественной литературы
Yuliya G. Zakharova
Foreign Language Vocabulary in the A. P. Chekhov’s Letters
90 - 105
Natalia A. Nikolina, Zoya Yu. Petrova, Н.А. ФАТЕЕВА
Comparative Structures and Narration Composition in Modern Russian Prose
106 - 118
Наука в лицах
Наука в лицах
В. Б. Касевич, Ю. А. Клейнер, N. D. Svetozarova
In the Service of the Russian Language and Russia's Scholarship (Lyudmila Alekseevna Verbitskaya)
119 - 127